anthropomorphism

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  • noun

Synonyms for anthropomorphism

the representation of objects (especially a god) as having human form or traits

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But reading an entire book about an anthropomorphised car--think of an overextended car manual--and her owner is less endearing.
He drew several cartoons depicting a person or an anthropomorphised earth in Palestinian colours yelling "anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism" at the Gaza Strip barrier.
Hair pulled right up, possibly hiding one of those 'volumising' plastic gismos, in the style of a tragically anthropomorphised Yorkshire terrier.
Great swathes of colour splash across the pages and there is tenderness and humour in the depictions as the various anthropomorphised animals exploit the sleepy lion.
As the title suggests, a whole gang of anthropomorphised monkeys have escaped and it's your job to round them up, using the Move controller to bring them under control.
Unfortunately this text-dense account, with its anthropomorphised cartoon-type illustrations, lacks appeal, and the story is excessively detailed with an uneasy (and unconvincing) mixture of factual procedures and the dogs' interior monologues--and even their conversations with humans.